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Custom Oskar Blues Brewery Spot Singlespeed Stolen!

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Note to thieves: if you are planning on stealing a bike (please don’t!) you might want to try and pick out a bike that isn’t the only one of it’s kind in existence, and doesn’t belong to the founder of Oskar Blues Brewery. The bike-forward micro brewery happens to take riding almost as seriously as brewing excellent craft beers, and as the Oskar Blues Blog states, you stole the wrong bike. After having the lock cut that was keeping the bike safely attached to the Old Chub Jeep, OBB decided that they would try and get the bike back and have a little fun doing it.

In an attempt to retrieve the custom Yella Pils inspired Spot singlespeed belt drive 29’r, Dale is offereing a $300 gift certificate to Oskar Blues locations and a day of Oskar Blues led riding, beer & food with the crew for the karma fed soul that can return this baby back to daddy.”

The bike shouldn’t be all that hard to spot, given its specific custom build and the custom Yella Pils Spot Brand graphics on the down tube.

Check out some detail shots of the bike, along with a full spec list after the break!

Not too many Spot Ti frames rolling around with this set up:
1. Titanium Spot Brand Frame 29er with Oskar Blues/Spot Brand sticker (Mama’s Little Yella PILS inspired)
2. Carbon Drive System (Belt Drive)
3. White Rock Shox fork (not shown in pictures except up top)
4. Gold Chris King Hubs & Headset
5. Red Raceface Cranks
6. Formula “The One” brakes
7. Ritchey Bar & Stem(White) Combo
8. Stans No-tubes Wheel Set
9. Thompson Seatpost & white WTB seat

Let’s help Dale get his bike back! If nothing else, buy a few six packs of any OBB brew (they are all amazing, don’t let the can fool you!)  to help out in case Dale needs to start a new bike fund.

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Paco Siffredi
Paco Siffredi
12 years ago

That issssss suck.

I had a full custom project bike I spent 5 years building stolen before my first ride. I have no sympathy for whatever terrible fate befalls the thief when i find them…

Nick Prendergast
12 years ago

If it rolls through my shop in Honolulu I’ll grab it….

Richard Lee
Richard Lee
12 years ago

Maybe register & TAG the next (new) bike. BEFORE it rides off on its own….

Tyler Carroll
Tyler Carroll
6 years ago

Been a few years but came across this!

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